Whether for in home use or in thousands of industrial processes, water touches almost everything we do largely because, as Mark Peterman, CEO of OndaVia, Inc. pointed out, it is the universal solvent. This characteristic is both a blessing and a … [Read more...] about Going from design, to testing, to market–fast
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In the traditional approach to product development, there is a sharp line between development and production. Development begins with a light bulb over someone’s head, proceeds through napkin sketches and CAD models, and ends, ultimately, with … [Read more...] about Bridging the gap between prototypes and production
Thanks to SOLOSHOT, anyone can take high quality video of themselves, on their own, from a distance. This two-piece cooperative object tracking system works with virtually any camera to track and film a moving subject from up to 2000 feet away. … [Read more...] about Anatomy of a cool idea—remotely controlling video
The latest product selected as a Proto Labs Cool Idea! Award recipient – the first to win the award in Europe – was designed to help the visually impaired be more independent. Télétact, created by Paris-based IN3G, is a high-tech accessory for … [Read more...] about Prototyping an intelligent cane for the visually impaired
Aluminum is one of the most useful and widely used industrial metals. It is light and resistant to corrosion. It is relatively soft, ductile, and malleable and can be formed by machining, casting, drawing, extrusion, or stamping. And it can be … [Read more...] about Material Matters: Aluminum